Lisawrites on February 29, 2008
The votes have been counted, and the results have just been announced at FOWA Miami. Gmail was top of the list in our recent Web App Charts survey. Find out the top ten, as voted for by over 3,000 passionate web users, at webappcharts.com
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I’m alway trying to keep up to speed, how can I get to see the entire list or at least the top 50. I want to know what I have not discovered yet.
Good list, but how in the world did mint.com get left out? Its simply one of the best web apps out there! Extremely useful and noone comes close to providing the features, integration and security that it has.
I’m not surprised to see Mint in the list – as the site says, this was more like a straw poll of people that work in the web industry than which web apps the general public find indispensable.
Nice to see an indie do well!
Don’t you think the results may be influenced by the web app icons on the right side of the survey page (Especially for Mint which is very visible) ?
No wonder you haven’t added a link to Ravelry on the site. Who the hell got that to number 5?
Other than that, some very sane choices and one or two that I’d not heard of before. Think I’ll be taking a look into Mint!
Thanks Tbone – should be fixed now.
your link to http://www.webappcharts.com is broken
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